Thursday, July 23, 2015

MFT Color Challenge 26

We're here again with another MFT Color Challenge! Join us as we create with this tropical color combination.

This challenge features trendy hues to inspire you  Steel Grey, Ripe Raspberry, Jellybean Green, and Limelight.

Create cards, scrapbook layouts, home decor, treat containers, mixed media, etc. using this color combination and be sure to link your project below for a chance at a My Favorite Things Gift Voucher worth up to $20.

Your MFT Challenge & Inspiration Team is here again with six inspiring cards using this color palette. Let's see what has been going on in their creative minds.

Alice used a lot of white space and kept the color combo to her focal point created with stamps and Die-namics from the Penguins in Paradise set. I love the clever way she created a tiny island for the penguin using just one cut piece from the Abstract Cover-Up Die-namics. 

Cool Day Card by Alice Wertz featuring the Birdie Brown Penguins in Paradise stamp set and Die-namics #mftstamps

Two colors of green paired with a deep pink inspired Erin Lee to make this color combination shine in the form of a fabulous flower created with the Rose with Overlay and Layered Leaves Die-namics. The chic pattern created using the Striped background stamp certainly makes a sleek and sophisticated statement!

Bold Floral Thank You Card by Erin Lee Schreiner featuring the Rose with Overlay, Layered Leaves, and Arrow Greetings Die-namics #mftstamps

Jill goes bold and graphic too with this abstract and striped design. She makes the Love Die-namics the unabashed centerpiece of her stylish and contemporary card.

Intense Love Card by Jill Dewey Hawkins featuring the Abstract Background stamp and the Love and Thank You Die-namics #mftstamps

Miriam proves that using the Jumbo Dot Cover-Up is a simple way to marry several colors in one awesome design. Just add the dots in various colors in lines and set it in a clean white background for a gorgeous and relatively simple result!

One & Only Card by Miriam Prantner featuring the Jumbo Dot Cover-Up and Straigh to My Heart Die-namics #mftstamps

It should come as no surprise that our Vera, born and raised in Indonesia, saw the colors of bamboo in this color combination! Add in this cuddly bear from the Happy Pandas stamp set and a cheeky sentiment, and you've got a cute and clever card for a friend!

Getting Awesome Card by Vera Wirianta Yates featuring the Miss Tiina Happy Pandas and Piece of Cake stamp sets #mftstamps

Veronica whipped up an au courant design with one of the trendiest motifs of the summer of 2015 — the flamingo. Set among gorgeous and sumptuous flora and a citrusy pattern made with the Harlequin stencil, it's like we've been whisked off to Palm Springs for some retro R and R. 

Tickled Pink Card by Veronica Zalis featuring the Modern Blooms stamp set and Die-namics, the Laina Lamb Designs Tickled Pink stamp set and Flamingos Die-namics, and the Harlequin stencil #mftstamps

Congratulations, Margo S.! You are the randomly selected winner of the MFT Color Challenge. You can view all the entries from the last challenge HERE.

If you are looking for further color inspiration, feel free to download past MFT Color Combinations HERE.

You have until Wednesday, August 13th, at noon EDT to add your link and be eligible for the prize of up to $20 in MFT Cash. Winners are chosen at random, so everyone has a chance! The prize is a $15 Gift Voucher to My Favorite Things, but if you use MFT stamps and/or dies in your project, you’ll receive an extra $5.

Watch for shout outs on the blog every Tuesday, too! We'll feature fun, unique, clever, and noteworthy projectts submitted using MFT products with design tips and trend talk. Who knows? You might be SPOTTED! Share your cards on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook using the hashtag #mftstamps.

Join the fun at our MFT Challenge & Inspiration group on Facebook!


Erin Lee





How will this color combination inspire YOU? We can't wait to see. 

Susan R. Opel
Creative Ambassador for My Favorite Things

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